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Add jquery effect into a conditional formAsked by edswartz on January 20, 2014 at 09:55 AM
I'd like to add a jQuery effect (fade in) when a user clicks on a checkbox that introdices additional questions. I have the conditions working properly and have downloaded the source code, but I'm just not sure how to "hook" the jQuery to the specific questions. In the source code I see: "visibility":"Show" for each of the fields I want to touch. However, since they are text strings I'm just not sure how to append the jQuery. I've done some research and have seen the posts about "jQuery No conflict," but I think my question is much more basic. Apologies if this is a jQuery 101 Question, but would like to give my forma little more "flair."
I will research more on this and see if I can integrate the requested jQuery effect fade in prior to showing the fields via Condition. However, I can not give you an ETA for this to come up with a possible script. Rest assured that I will update you here with the possible implementations or approaches that you might have to take. Thank you
Hello, I managed to integrate the jQuery fadeIn effect in combination with the Condition showing.
Please add this jQuery.noConflict script just right after your jQuery library include.
If you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you
Wow! Thank you for your quick and thoughtful response. I also needed to add the jQuery library (which I did not do the first time!) and now it works! Many thank you's!
On behalf of my colleague, you are welcome.
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